Warm TonesContemporary Bedroom, Dorset
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Go glam with rose goldIt almost goes without saying, metallics were made for sumptuous settings.Here, tones of shimmering rose gold have been chosen for the wall, headboard, mirrors and side tables, but to ensure the room doesn’t stray into flashy territory, restful shades of taupe have been used on the valance, cushions and curtains to calm things down.Investing in good-quality, crisp white bed linen is always a good idea, whether you want to keep it simple or go to town on the rest of your furnishings.Want to bring some Palm Springs-style glamour to a room? Here’s how
Opt for warm neutralsDecorating gurus will tell you that you can’t possibly go wrong with big blocks of neutral hues in the bedroom: they are timeless, sophisticated and foolproof.But try leaning towards warmer neutrals (or yellow-based neutrals as they are called in the industry), including pale gold, hessian and string, for a more inviting and cosy take on the smart, hotel-at-home vibe. Layer with plush velvets, cool cottons and metal accents for a textural feast that will ramp up the wow factor.
Work subtle shades and texturesLayering different shades of gold in a variety of different textures is key to an inviting and super comfortable boudoir. This classic neutral bedroom doesn’t need any pattern or bold colour, and is instead given the 2015 interiors thumbs-up with its buttoned velvet headboard, retro glass-and-brass side tables and flamboyant burnished gold mirrors. Getting up on a cold, dark winter’s morning just got a lot tougher.